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The governor of Samara Oblast enlisted the help of students to create a 200-foot-long Russian tricolor out of painted stones for Russian Flag Day.
In the wake of Russia’s launching of its Ukraine War, an estimated 150,000+ young Russians have fled the country. We talked to a few who have stayed.
A deputy from Russia’s Rostov Region, who lives in a home with décor that rivals a tsar’s, is suspected of making some of his money stealing from poor kids. Oh my.
The new head of Yekaterinburg's youth commission is perhaps a little older than one might expect.
The Fighting Classic Club (Боевая классика) is an informal group of teens who love old Zhigulis. They purchase the aged (often non-functioning) cars for kopeks, restore them, souping them up in their lilliputian garages, and then improvise nighttime races and rallies through city streets, in shopping complex parking lots, or on frozen lakes just outside the city.
With Russian teenagers in mind, plans are being made for "The First All-Russian Festival of Patriotic Rap."
Growing up in post-Soviet Russia can make you crave anything foreign. Here is how a salad helped a Russian millennial develop a taste for her own culture.
September 1 is not only the start of the school year in Russia, but also a time to celebrate knowledge and wisdom.
Everyone's favorite yearly tundra jubilee has been postponed, perhaps until April.
Millennials studying Russian will determine the future of U.S.-Russia relations. How they differ from their Sovietologist predecessors.
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